Hank Williams recorded Long Gone Lonesome Blues, My Son Calls Another Man Daddy, Why Should We Try Anymore
Roy Rogers married Dale Evans at the Flying L Ranch in Murray County, OK in 1947. Rogers was late for the ceremony,... Read More.
Bob Wills & The Texas Playboys appeared on the Grand Ole Opry in 1944, causing a stir when Monte Mountjoy's drum set... Read More.
Texas became the 28th state to join the union in 1845. It continues to breed numerous country stars who join legends like... Read More.
Hank Williams gave his final performance, for 130 people at a holiday party for members of the Musicians' Union in Montgomery in... Read More.
Bob Luman died in Nashville from pneumonia in 1978. He developed a career that teetered between country and rockabilly, earning five hits... Read More.
A man threatening to kill Waylon Jennings broke into J.D.'s in Phoenix after hours and forced the Waylors to lie on the... Read More.
Riverboat captain Thomas Ryman, who funded construction of the Union Tabernacle, died in Nashville in 1904. After his passing, the building is... Read More.
Keith Whitley checked in at #1 on the Billboard country chart with When You Say Nothing At All in 1988.
Lefty Frizzell hit #1 on the Billboard country chart in 1950 with his debut single, If You've Got The Money I've Got... Read More.
Merle Haggard attempted to rob a restaurant in 1957, mistakenly believing it had closed. He was caught and ended up serving time... Read More.
Hank Williams recorded Cold, Cold Heart and Dear John during an evening session at the Castle Studio in... Read More.